Aspects of Land - Spring 2014

"For today’s businesses, good communication links no longer just mean accessibility to a motorway."

Anyone who lives, works or even visits the countryside can’t help but be aware of the challenges rural communities face, whether that’s a freak weather incident or lack of access to the internet. 

For today’s businesses, good communication links no longer just mean accessibility to a motorway. It is also vital to provide more housing to encourage people to live in the countryside. More homes will provide more people to support local amenities and facilities, which otherwise could disappear. 

Developments in the energy industry have opened up the opportunities to produce green energy and increasingly our clients are embracing the potential it offers.

These are a few of the topics discussed in this magazine, which we hope you find an interesting read. If you would like to discuss these subjects please get in touch.

Philip Gready, Head of Savills Rural

 

Read the full magazine online or explore the selected articles below.

 
 

Key contacts

Philip Gready

Philip Gready

Executive Director
Rural, Energy & Projects Division

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7499 8644

+44 (0) 20 7499 8644

 
 

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Speaking at the Scottish Agricultural Arbiters & Valuers Association Conference held in Dunblane on 15th March, Nick Green, Savills Head of Energy in Scotland said: “The Scottish Government is currently consulting on the direction of travel of the energy industry in the UK.  The consultation documents set a challenge of 50% energy consumption from renewables by 2030, and includes a focus on onshore wind, fracking and energy efficiency.  The consultation document restates a number of policy objectives, gauges performance against that of the UK Government as well as setting a number of new policy objectives."

Farm machinery auction to be held in Newark
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